Date of birth: March 2, 1988.
Occupation: Singer and actor.
What school did you attend?
St David’s in Dalkeith.
What sort of pupil were you?
Well behaved, but cheeky.
What was your first job?
Working in a chip shop.
What has been your most unusual job? Cutting chips.
My biggest achievement so far has been... Singing for the Queen at the opening of the Scottish Parliament.
My worst moment ever was…
Realising I’d forgotten to put pants on beneath my loin-cloth in Joseph.
Three words that sum up my personality are... Very, very outgoing.
Three places in Edinburgh I could not live without are... George Street, The Royal Mile, and All Saints on Princes Street.
Who is your best friend?
Andrew Smith; we’ve been friends since we were babies.
Which TV show do you never missed? Smallville.
If you could bring one show to Edinburgh what would it be? Anything Goes.
Name one item you could not live without? My i-Phone.
By what ethos do you live your life? What’s for you won’t go by you.
Keith Jack’s Summer Theatre School, Gie It Laldy, runs July 23-27 and July 30-August 4, 10-4pm, (with showcase on Saturday at Brunton Theatre), at MGA Academy, Balgreen. Open to 6-18 year olds at a cost of £150 per week or £225 for both. Other discounts available visit www.gieitlaldy.com